Monday, June 28, 2010
"So for Marian Syndrome there´s no cure either?"
On several sites the death of Sir Guy of Gisborne is commemmorated. It is now one year since he died on British television. Thank God, I was unaware.
In about six weeks, I can celebrate my own one year anniversary of Gisborne Syndrome. I could bring the date forward.
"If only Marian would have brought the date forward..."
"My dark side can´t be treated.
Those birds love my stubble factor. "
I started my own blog and in my posts I tried to keep Richard Armitage off my pages. Can´t keep that promise I made earlier, for my homies´ sake! What was the link with Gisborne Syndrome again?
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Lucas North polishes the silverware and tastes the drinks
Thanks to a friendly request from Skully to all her readers to review the Spooks episodes of Series/Season 7, I do my share of the work.
So last night I did my homework for episode S7.4, which I have to send to her when her post appears.
In this post you see my home brewed arty smarty artwork of S7.4.
I thought let´s post some for your own enjoyment too.
After all, most of you are doing the homework as well. Not because you have to, oh no.
So here are some random thoughts with my
´LED there be light´-artwork.
Dinnerdate with Herr Witzmacher
Searching for hidden extra´s with the date
Thursday, June 17, 2010
(Oh no, that´s from Spooks)Man-o-man, I was hiding from the tsunami of hearsay, but it reached the desert. I couldn´t say: ´We´ll abort´, because I was in too deep already. I was kidnapped by foreigners, robbed by a fashionisto, waterboardedly refreshed by conventers, spacetripped by a timelord. THEN, the flying phonebox broke down and we repaired it behind the Moon, and THEN I had 40 days alone in the desert to find my steaming ´Man TV´-hotness. My Kit, my big handbag, was packed with essentials. Sunlotion, lipgloss, mobile, breath mints, teatowel, and 40 bottles of Spa to keep me alive.
Life or death-question, was I, as a frail creature, prepared for Man TV? Let´s work the list and fight the system with a wild card.
- I was a good mapmaker before ops, a good quoter of old Greek Philosophers, but I stumbled over my feet, was heard by the Kalif and I could persuade my fellow Englishmen to move elsewhere. Oh no, that was ´Lawrence of Arabia´.
- I had to get on land on D-day as one of my ops, ran across the beach shooting, and had the hardest day of my life. Oh no, that was ´The Longest Day´.
- I wore no helmets during ops in the field and in the sack, again, there was a sea. Oh no, that was ´Navy Seals´.
- I worked in ops, was arrested for the death of 9 privats, was innocent and yet, turned out to be a killing machine. Oh no, that was ´High Crimes´.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-MlVm9FzM4 Navy Seals trailer (1990). No helmets needed for ops (!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDF0at7sC0M Lawrence of Arabia trailer (1962). Watch the shirt tearing scene. Tattoo-oo-oo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqFn_pM5QxU The Longest Day () trailer. Shows both sides of the coin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUySi79CmG0 High Crimes trailer (2002). Fight the system with a wild card
http://allthingsrarmitage.blogspot.com/2010/06/top-7-tips-for-looking-feeling-great.html Inspirations to put in my bag
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